Nā Kaua Pūnaewele: Ke noke nei ʻo Internet Explorer i Firefox, he aha ʻo Safari?

Kaomi i ka pakuhi e ʻike ai i ka nui piha. ʻO nā mea nānā ʻelua e nānā i ka Internet Explorer a me Firefox. Ke hāʻule nei ke komo piha ʻana o Internet Explorer a me ka ʻāpana o Internet Explorer 7 e hāʻule ana malalo o Firefox!

Māhele Māhele Pūnaewele

Pūnaewele'ikepili: W3Schools

ʻAʻole i hana ʻo Safari i kahi hopena, ʻoiai me kāna hoʻāʻo e pahu i ka mākeke Windows. Malia paha ʻo kahi o nā pilikia o Safari ka pilikia pili koke a hilahila hoʻi i wehe ʻia i loko o 2 mau hola o kona hoʻoiho ʻia e Lar Holm.

IMHO, ʻo ka pilikia me Internet Explorer wale nō no nā kumu ʻelua:

  1. ka Pūʻulu Pūnaewele ʻo Internet Explorer mau ka naʻaupō o CSS hae. ʻOiai paha e like paha kēia me kahi pākēneka liʻiliʻi o ka heluna kanaka, ʻo ka poʻe ka mea nui a lākou e ʻae nei - nā mea hoʻomohala.
  2. E like paha wau me ka inaina i ka Internet Explorer, akā hoʻohana maoli wau ia i kēlā me kēia lā. Me he mea lā e hana maikaʻi a, ke hoʻokō ʻia nā hacks ʻaoʻao, nani ka hāʻawi ʻana o kēlā mau ʻaoʻao. Ke paio mau nei wau me ka hoʻohana o ka noi, akā, ke hoʻāʻo wau e hoʻohana i kahi papa kuhikuhi. ʻO ka hoʻonohonoho hoʻomākeʻaka o nā menus i ka ʻākau kahi hemahema nui. E nānā i kekahi noi a hoʻonohonoho ʻia nā menus āpau i ka hema, ʻaʻole ma ka ʻākau.

Menus Mea ʻImi Pūnaewele

Ua hoʻoili wau iā Vista ma kaʻu keiki, ʻo Bill's, PC walaʻau hou a pono wau e haʻi aku iā ʻoe he aniani ke ʻano, ʻo ia hoʻi me ka Ke holo nei nā hopena Aero. Ua hiki iā Bila ke hoʻouka i ka Office 2007 no ke kula a aloha au i ka ʻōnaehana papa inoa lipine. Lawe iaʻu i kahi manawa e noʻonoʻo ai i kahi o nā mea āpau - akā i kēia manawa, hoʻonohonoho hoʻonohonoho ʻia kēlā me kēia hiʻohiʻona me nā kiʻi kikoʻī e hōʻike pono ana i ka hana.

Lipine Microsoft Office 2007

Hāʻawi ʻia i kēia mau mea hoʻohana a me ka hoʻomaikaʻi ʻana i nā huahana Microsoft kumu nui, kahaha wau no ka mea ʻaʻole i kāhea ka hui ʻo Internet Explorer i kahi kāhea no ke kōkua.

Mai hoʻolohe iaʻu, akā… e nānā wale i nā helu helu.

Kiʻi hou: Hoʻokahi helu hou e like me W3Schools ʻo ka mea nui ka hoʻokomo o ka hoʻohana ʻana ʻo Javascript. Ma muli o ka lilo ʻana i ʻāpana nui o ka Hoʻohana Mea hoʻohana, piʻi aʻe ka hoʻohana ʻana o nā polokalamu kele pūnaewele Javascript, me 4% wale nō o nā mākaʻikaʻi e kākoʻo ʻole ana (eg IE Mobile) a i ʻole kīnā ʻia.

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    I was recently reading on Lifehacker comments that the w3schools stats aren’t that good because they’re all focused on people who do web design — which is a much higher rate of firefox adoption than other demographics.

    Haven’t dug enough into it yet.

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    Until those stats start to match the web as a whole, they really don’t mean much. You might as well just publish your server stats.

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    It’s shocking to see this chart when you consider that many sites are still NOT compatible with Firefox. As a long time Firefox user, this drives me crazy.

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    A long-time IE6 hater b/c of non-CSS compliance, I’m actually surprised to see the inability for IE7 to catch on, despite the fact that Microsoft did a fairly decent job in making sure the style bugs were resolved. That, combined with the fact that IE7 was to be pushed to Windows users via Update, you’d think IE6 would’ve plummeted (and thus, skyrocketed IE7 penetration) by now.

    Chris Schmitt wrote a great short-cut text about the differences in the two browsers from a style perspective which I reviewed in my blog maanei.

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    Hōʻike maikaʻi!

    Interestingly the IE6 share loss is directly translating to IE7 share growth.. should we read this meaning that the Firefox growth is coming from old IE users? This would be natural that Firefox gets older IE users to jump ship, than more loyal users who have gone for the whole upgrade path of IE4-5-6-7…

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